Toyota Yaris created tough competition for Honda City in Pakistan soon after its launch. The car replaced the 1.3L variants of the Toyota Corolla to establish its market. With many sales across the country, Yaris quickly became the top local choice for most users. However, the past year has been highly unfortunate for automobile users in Pakistan. The rapidly increasing car prices left consumers helpless and also dropped car sales. While many car users aligned positive hopes with 2023, we are here with the unfortunate news of the Toyota Yaris price increase. The official notice with new car prices has been rolled out to dealerships nationwide.
While the news of the duty tax reduction on 1000cc car assembly kit imports lit a flame of hope for most fans, the news of the Toyota Yaris price increase is upsetting many. We have been super quick to get our hands on the new Yaris prices for all variants. Here are the updated prices.
|Yaris Variants||Current Price (RSP) Ex-Factory|
New Price (RSP) Ex-Factory
|Yaris 1.3 MT||PKR 3,539,000||PKR 3,819,000|
|Yaris 1.3 CVT||PKR 3,769,000||PKR 4,069,000|
|Yaris 1.3 H MT||PKR 3,729,000||PKR 4,039,000|
|Yaris 1.3 H CVT||PKR 3,929,000||PKR 4,239,000|
|Yaris 1.5 MT||PKR 4,009,000||PKR 4,339,000|
|Yaris 1.5 CVT||PKR 4,259,000||PKR 4,609,000|
Will the New Prices Affect Other Toyota Cars?
IMC has raised the vehicle prices for its CKD cars. These cars include Toyota Yaris, Toyota Corolla, Toyota Revo, and Toyota Fortuner. The recent price increase will affect all variants of the mentioned cars locally. The company blames the rising inflation for the rapid price increase. Despite the dropped sales, IMC is continuing to disappoint Toyota fans with immensely high price tags resting on new cars. Currently, we cannot say how long the situation will persist. However, many car users are facing problems due to high fuel prices and even higher car prices in the country.